Matyora is a small village on a beautiful island with the same name. The existence of the village is threatened with flooding by the construction of a dam. This is the story of the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:126 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Matyoroy is a small village on a beautiful island with the same name. It has been decided that the island shall be flooded and returned to the sea. This is the story of the inhabitants of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Vanda K (jp) wrote: Two lost souls trying to create for themselves the life they've always been craving for but running away isn't always the best solution. Colin Firth and Emily Blunt are amazing in this romantic, yet not dripping road movie. I didn't really understand the additional storyline with Wallace's son, though. Page filler, nothing more.

Vaibhav W (es) wrote: A documentary about sheep farms, it has a lot of sheep. And some moresheep being herded by cowboys - all shot beautifully.

Joe A (au) wrote: Pang brothers prove that just because you have a few ideas... a supernatural crime thriller, a film dealing with the communicative power and memory of plants, a haunted forest with a high suicide rate, ghosts(or are they?) that experiment with causing said suicides.... doesn't necessarily mean you should put them all in one movie. Aside from the convoluted story, the film takes itself far to seriously for it's own good and shifts focus making things even more complicated. The CGI ghosts(or are they?) aren't scary and there's a supermodel looking detective named CC Ha whose aquiring of a suspects confession through said plant science borders on laughable. A disappointing misfire from the Pang Brothers... wait did I forget to mention the UFO?

Sol C (es) wrote: Sam Jackson and Keke Palmer's performances are the best reasons to watch the film. They have a great on screen chemistry together. The film was so so. It was also predictable. I would have rather seen a film about the father daughter story than the predictable murder mystery.

Luke100Halloweenfreak (de) wrote: bloody enjoyed it. much better thAn the low-budget films out now, funny, insain And All out Awesome

Arnaud L (br) wrote: Poelvoorde manages to get a few smiles but, otherwise, it feels like watching a black hole.

Larry C (kr) wrote: This is s dumb movie

Dillon L (ag) wrote: A pointless prelude to a children's series. Clearly produced simply to make a few extra bucks. And did I mention the 1 hour length?

Jameson W (au) wrote: The only reason I watched this is because it is Amy Adams' second film. I didn't expect much, but it was more enjoyable than I thought. This film is nothing special, but it has a level of sillyness and appeal that will keep you entertained. The acting is not great, but the humor and crude remarks are enough to keep the interest. Not a film I'd recommend to everyone, but if you love Amy Adams as I do, it's worth a watch. She has a small role, but she's so great and funny.

Darrin C (kr) wrote: I'm surprised so many people liked this. Forrest is fairly good in supporting roles, but I can no way see an old, lazy-eyed, out-of-shape Ghost Dog continually practice his Samuri abilities on roof tops when he isn't overly concerned with what he's playing on his car stereo which happens all too often and wastes movie time. The acting wasn't very good and the effects are like what we used to do with a 1990s camcorder. Throw in quoted morals of an actual Samurai book for extra cheese and a few good stereotypical Italian mobsters can't save this film from being bad.

Bethany M (ru) wrote: I watched the STRANGEST documentary.. ha.

Loren D (nl) wrote: This movie is about story telling like stories need to be told. Guess what? It's not in 3D, there are no computer graphics, and Salma Hayek does not use a body double.

Trevor C (jp) wrote: I love every movie Seijun Suzuki makes, and this film is no exception. its a lot less confusing than his other work, but still keeps the same style as most of his other works. this one is a lot more realistic than his other films, which is, if you see his other films, a little bit of a disappointment - seeing that a lot of awesome goofy action sequences occur through his less realistic films. but like i said this is indeed a fantastic film that is worth checking out.

Ken S (es) wrote: This star-studded effort is a fine drama film from the Golden Age of Hollywood, featuring several characters with different stories that intersect, as everyone is staying at the same place, The Grand Hotel. It features great performances from Greta Garbo (who delivers her most famous line), Joan Crawford, and both John and Lionel Barrymore. I never would've guessed from watching him here that Lionel Barrymore is the same man that played Mr. Potter in "It's A Wonderful Life". I like this, the direction is absolutely excellent, the open moving from one character to another in the lobby seamlessly is just as impressive today as it must've been so many decades ago.

David W (es) wrote: A reboot that has great effects and better than Tim Burton's remake

Armando B (ag) wrote: By the first half of the movie I get lost, I did not know what was happening, too much dialogue and it did not got nowhere sometimes. I was expecting action like we saw on the trailer, but it did not happen, Rachel Weiz was good, but it was sometimes annoying in seeing her in those situations. Even so it was based on true events I thought it needed more to it. So for this being a let down from the trailer and being that good, I give "The Whistleblower" a D.

Dave J (nl) wrote: Monday, September 27, 2010 (1962) Hatari! DRAMA/ COMEDY There's something about dangerous professions that appeal to director Howard Hawks- first it was "Only Angels Have Wings" about air carriers of the South American jungle, and now "Hatari!" capturing animals humanly in Africa was a dangerous profession for zoos all over the world! In this day and age, people tranquilize the animals to sleep before transferring them to another location, but back then, there was a time when the only method people used to capture animals was a rope or a net! This is a movie about that particular time and place! What's exciting about this film was that actual animals were shown without a single one being hurt in the process! Also director Hawks directorial style is very evident here since animals are somewhat unpredictable which involves working with it's actors instead of a precise or distinctive way, they're obviously alot of preparation into this film and the animals are photographed very well, where some of it's dialogue is scripted and some of it is improvised! I don't care too much for the romance scenes amongst the cast resulting to predictability! What's also interesting is the cast of characters where one is an Italian, one's French and another a German nad of corse an American John Wayne and other ethnic groups! At a 150 some odd minutes, one would need the right state of mind to be able to watch this because I was! "Hatari" meaning danger in Swahill! 3.5 out of 4